Dead & Company Postpones Sunrise Show Due To John Mayer Surgery


The "Your Body Is a Wonderland" singer was rushed to the hospital Tuesday for an appendectomy and is now recovering, according to his spokeswoman, Anna Loynes.

A representative for the Grammy-winning musician said Mayer was admitted to the hospital Tuesday morning in New Orleans.

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Mayer also shared a tweet on Wednesday thanking fans for their well-wishes. This band and these shows mean the world to me.

The 40-year-old had performed with the Dead & Company as recently as Sunday.

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Dead & Company with John Mayer has postponed its final three concerts including the South Florida performance. Information on the new dates will be announced soon and all tickets will be honored for those performances. The group features Mayer alongside original Grateful Dead members Weir, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart, as well as Allman Brothers' bassist Oteil Burbridge and Fare Thee Well and RatDog keyboardist Jeff Chimenti. "Should ticketholders choose to seek a refund, they will be available at point of purchase". All tickets for the December 5 show will be honored for the rescheduled date.

Dead & Company issued the following statement, "The Dead & Company concerts scheduled for December 7 in Orlando and December 8 in Sunrise in addition to the December 5 show in New Orleans are postponed".

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